Monday, December 3, 2012

Digi Monday - Vintage Cuts and Masks for Christmas

It's digi Monday and we have a new Christmas kit going up for sale.


This kit can be used three ways - in your digital pages as brushes or masks and in your hybrid pages as  cutting files.  With four formats available, they'll work in any cutting machine.

Today, we'll bring you a lovely layout by Chrissy Guido.  Her title is created using the Merry Christmas file as a digital mask. I love how the photo and title both work together bringing a classic vintage feel to the layout.


I took the same file and cut it from glitter cardstock using my Silhouette.  Won't this be gorgeous hanging from the center of my garland?


Don't forget!  There's a Holiday Sale going on at JessicaSprague.com!  Everything is 40% off through the 31st!


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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful! That will be gorgeous, girl! What kind of glitter cardstock did you use? So far I've only tried POW from American Crafts, and it works beautifully on my Cameo, but I'm just curious how other kinds work. :)

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    1. Rebecca - I used a Recollections Glitter Paper (from M's). I put the blade on 10 to cut it - it's pretty thick. I've used AC glitter cardstock too - I think the AC is a bit thinner/easier to cut ????

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    2. Thank you, Betsy! Yes, the AC is pretty thin, but I've never really felt any other glitter papers yet. I found with the AC POW ones, I make another of the same cut from a thicker cardstock, if I want it to have a bit more thickness. lol I will definitely try some Recollections next time I get to M's!

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  2. Oooohh! I just treated myself to a Cameo and I KNOW those might need to fall into my shopping basket!

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    1. They're fun Suzanna - I'm trying the "Joy to the World" on a scrapbook page now ...

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